One of the best movies I have ever reviewed. I was not prepared for the Chip Factor experience - you can't prepare yourself for it; it just happens to you.
Professor Griff, a member of hip hop "super group" Public Enemy, does a great job in the scenes which he appears in this movie, and I can only say that Director, Michael K. Harris is a great filmmaker.
There's a lot going on here, folks. A hefty gentleman wins a hand, rakes in his earnings, and then promptly suffers the sort of full system overload he convulses violently and then his head explodes!!!!!!
We also gain some valuable insight into Michael K. Harris's signature directorial moves. His style is clever... Savvy... and he challenges
the viewer with questions about what's really happening in the scene.
At one point... a fight scene breaks out that is so incredible that they must have used stunt men in this scene to actually pull it off. It was one of the best movie fight sequences I have ever seen in an indie film. . Chip Factor has shown me the there are ways. to take a great idea and turn it into a great film.
Chip Factor is a movie of such staging that it's depth was far beyond what I expected. Director, Michael K. Harris proved his capability of making a film that went to great extremes for an indie project such as this. I've encountered a wide range of filmmakers and indie films... but this was actually the first time that I've encountered an indie filmmaker who has actually made me excited about what they would produce Next...
Chip Factor... I loved it and highly recommend it.